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"I'm as frustrated as anyone," Moore told FOXSportsKansasCity.com by phone. "It's very simple why we're not winning as much as we should be -- we're getting plenty of base runners but just not driving them in.
Something that can be so obvious from the stands or at home is (seemingly) totally oblivious to the manager sitting in the dugout.
9. Senior Circuit strikeout leader in consecutive campaigns.
Are we into bad enough players by the end that Rick Camp makes it?
The Royals are 13th in OBA. But if they start hitting with RISP, everything will be fixed!
2. A recent addition to the list, most of his black ink is in undesirable categories.
Radke must be #2--I'm sure he led the league in losses a bunch of times.
7. Three-time 20-game winner.
8. One half of only teammate pair on this list; if the list went 13 deep, they'd have another rotation mate as well.
Perhaps the most interesting thing about the list is the fact that Guidry is the only player from what we'd think of as a big spending, large market team.
Is Steve Rogers after the FA cutoff?
Plus, a couple of those of those guys had injury issues - Leonard, Richard, Webb.
The manager is watching the pitchers and the batter and any runners, and his fielders and where they are and are they paying attention, and who is up next, and who is in the pen, and...
Tulowitzki is hitting .608 at home so far.
PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS BAbip 669 598 126 206 42 5 31 124 8 4 49 99 .344 .392 .587 .979 .365
PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS BAbip3319 2909 658 997 189 26 149 627 118 35 298 504 .343 .408 .579 .987 .371
Robb Quinlan has to be on there. Like his pitching counterpart, Scot Shields.
I'm not sure what's more amazing, Tulo's home numbers, or the team's home splits. Through 17 games their PA's about match up to a full season:
On the other hand, the pitchers have been better at home, too. They have a 4.12 ERA at Coors, a 4.38 ERA on the road. I have no explanation for this.
I'm a little late here, but why were Leonard and Splittorff noted as the only teammate pair on the list? Wegman and Higuera were teammates.
EDIT: And how about Biff Pocoroba for the Loyal Scrubs team?
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